The Top 3 Things Companies Often Miss When Planning a Website Redesign
Posted by Kevin Mayer on Wednesday, March 11, 2015
Redesigning your website can be both exciting and challenging, especially when rebranding or other major changes are involved. Because your website is a major representation of your brand, it’s only natural that any potential changes are weighed against how they might impact your target audience.
Did Your Website Redesign Hurt Your SEO?
Posted by Kevin Mayer on Wednesday, February 4, 2015
The start of a new year often gets companies energized to try new ideas – website redesigns are popular as businesses take stock of how to improve their online presence throughout the next year. While a redesign can offer many benefits, improper planning can lead to unfortunate results such as losing a coveted spot in search engine rankings. Here are three common scenarios in which a website redesign could harm your organic search rank and steps to take to reduce the risk.
The secret to creative typography in web design [Quick Tip]
Posted by Kevin Mayer on Wednesday, January 28, 2015
In the past, web designers were very limited in their choice of typography. Times New Roman and Arial or Serif and Sans Serif were the standard available fonts and they left little room for creative expression. Fortunately with the advent of webfonts, this has changed.
Comprehensive Website Redesign Planning Guide Coming Soon
Posted by Kevin Mayer on Thursday, November 13, 2014
Here at Bear Creek Web, we’ve helped businesses and professionals in all types of industries create the perfect website to represent their brand. Through multiple consultations, Q&A sessions, and project implementations, we’ve seen companies face many of the same challenges when it comes to planning exactly what they need.
The Definitive Guide to Great Web Design, part 4: Bringing it All Together
Posted by Kevin Mayer on Thursday, July 3, 2014
In previous posts we've discussed the separate aspects that go into creating a great experience for your website's visitors. In this final post, we'll wrap up the key points we've discussed so far, plus a few extra considerations that will truly make your site stand out.